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Beach House Announce New Album “Bloom,” and Tour Dates

Out May 15 Via Sub Pop

Mar 08, 2012 Photography by Wendy Lynch Redfern Beach House
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As you might have guessed by the dreamy single “Myth” that Beach House dropped the other night, the band has a new album on the way. Called Bloom, the disc drops May 15 via Sub Pop. That’s the tracklist below (which was leaked awhile back, but we can forgive them for that). Revisit “Myth” here.

Tracklist:

1. Myth

2. Wild

3. Lazuli

4. Other People

5. The Hours

6. Troublemaker

7. New Year

8. Wishes

9. On the Sea

10. Irene

Tour Dates:

5-04 Charlottesville, VA - Jefferson Theatre

5-05 Carrboro, NC - Cat’s Cradle

5-06 Charleston, SC - Music Farm

5-08 Miami Beach, FL - The Fillmore Miami Beach

5-09 Orlando, FL - Beacham Theater

5-10 Jacksonville, FL - Freebird Live

5-11 Birmingham, AL - The Bottletree

5-12 Athens, GA - The Georgia Theatre

5-13 Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel

5-23 Brighton, England - The Haunt

5-24 London, England - Village Underground

5-25 Kortrijk, Belgium - De Kreun

5-26 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Melkweg

5-27 Berlin, Germany - Volksbuhne

5-29 Paris, France - Maronguinerie

5-31 Düdingen, Switzerland - Bad Bonn Kilbi Festival

6-02 Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Festival

6-03 Montpellier, France - Le Rockstore

6-04 Bordeaux, France - Theatre Barbey

6-05 Nantes, France - Stereolux

6-06 Lyon, France - Epicrerie Moderne

6-07 Blarritz, France - L’Atabal

6-08-09 Porto, Portugal - Primavera Festival

7-23 New York, NY - Central Park SummerStage

(www.beachhousebaltimore.com)



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jeantournier
March 12th 2012
2:18pm

5-29 Paris, France - Maronguinerie

It’s called Maroquinerie ;)

CWD Construction
June 14th 2012
6:18am

Being the fourth full length album by Baltimore-based beach house, the album gained so much adoration from listeners and they deserved it. - CWD Construction